Tick Season is in full swing and while you may have been enjoying this lovely weather, the weather has also been great for ticks. For many people, ticks are a common concern when gardening, hiking, or camping. However, if you’re not careful, you might also find that ticks can become a problem in your car.
Ticks are terrible, there are no two ways about it. They’re tiny, disease-carrying pests that can lead to serious health issues in both people and our pets. The weather is warming up and tick season is upon us again, which means we’re all at higher risk of being bombarded by these annoying parasites. Pets are
Most of us are aware of ticks and their potential dangers. These eight-legged arachnids can be dangerous and even deadly to both people and pets. In fact, ticks are considered only second to mosquitoes when it comes to their prevalence for causing diseases in people and animals. Unfortunately, getting rid of and repelling ticks can
Hiking is a way of life for many outdoorsmen, but it can also be dangerous if you’re not adequately prepared. If you’re an avid hiker, you already know to bring extra water, sunscreen, and a first aid kit. So why wouldn’t you protect yourself with the proper tick spray as well? Ticks can pose a
Summer may have come to a close but this is no time to let your guard down when it comes to ticks and other pests in your garden. While it is true that most tickborne illnesses are contracted and reported during the summer months, tick season can be all year round depending on where you
No matter where you live in the United States, ticks are a problem. These blood sucking parasites target animals and people, and can be vectors of very serious diseases like lyme disease and Rocky Mountain spotted fever. And while spring and summer time tend to bring more ticks from the woodwork, it’s important to remember